No Vultures After Me by socar

No Vultures After Me

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Added: Feb 23, 2006
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See that little bird up there? He finally understands he's the last antennabird in the world.

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Guest's picture

I really injoy your intense visual stills. Especially these pieces with pen & ink. Good stuff.

Guest's picture

this totally amuses me I love your sense of humour Laughing out loud

Guest's picture

Yes, melancholic atmosphere, very beautiful. But I really do neither see fantasy nor sience fiction content....the bird is hardly visible and only your comment makes one see the meaning of this. Although it*s very nice, its a landscape, not a fantasy pic....

wsaloka's picture

Beautiful piece...

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this picture is like soo cool.there are so many tree branches ,just gotta look at them for a while ....

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This reduced work works great, I cannot think of a better way to emphasize the structure of the tree branches. I like the style, as have been said some real magic going on.

rita's picture

Usually I dont like trees without leaves - but you put some "magic" in them - they are so delicate...!

thrax-1's picture

holy macrel!. i just spotted the little critter at the end of the branch up there, this is by far of 200 miles your best piece!(and no there is no pun for that one). I adore this piece, socar. Just brilliant.

carles's picture

Wow Socar ! The kind of pieces which capture one's gaze and will not let it go. One cannot help being attracted to these twisted branches, and try to follow tinier and tinier details. Like Kay said, this is the kind of works that one could spend hours looking at. And not only is your linework extraordinary, but the composition is just perfect too. Like in a permanent but dynamic imbalance.

Guest's picture

Fantastic work. I visited your gallery... they all are just wonderful. Hope there are many more to come.

rowanwood's picture

Not that you probably need more adoration (grin) but I love this. I love the texture and the depth of all those tiny, tiny branches. Despite the style of the piece, those trees are incredibly realistic. I think I'm going to stare at this for a while.

Art at its best.